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A Tale of Two Sisters

10 Ratings: 3.3
A Korean Horror movie directed by Kim Ji-Woon

      Two young sisters recovering from an unnamed trauma must face a mysterious past in this excellent South Korean shocker. A worldwide hit upon its release and based on an old Korean fairy tale; two sisters (wonderfully played … see full wiki

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Horror
Release Date: December 17, 2004
MPAA Rating: Unrated
5 reviews about A Tale of Two Sisters
review by . March 11, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
***1/2 out of ****     "A Tale of Two Sisters" is a film that will most likely evoke many different emotions out of the audience. It may confuse you, and then again it may absorb you. Some people do not like being captured and forcefully taken for a ride when it comes to a horror film like this, but when the stops are as well-done as they are here, I can't complain about my lack of control. This film reminded me ever-so much about why horror movies aren't that great nowadays. …
review by . January 01, 2009
posted in ASIANatomy
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Based on a Korean folktale, writer/director Kim Jee-Won (The same guy who gave us the fantastic "A Bittersweet Life" ) has crafted an intelligent, absorbing piece of psychological terror that may stay with you for a long time. "A TALE OF TWO SISTERS" is the type of film that may sometimes confuse the viewer, but that confusion is part of its compelling and immersive nature. Pseudo-intellectuals will no doubt have a ball trying to de-code just what this film is all about. The …
Quick Tip by . July 27, 2010
Lives up to the hype. This is one of the most intriguing of the Asian horror genre - with a twist you won't expect. Much better than the American quasi-remake.
review by . January 24, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Two sisters come home from an extended stay in the hospital, where their emotionally distant father seems both unaware and unwilling to protect them from their controlling and vindictive step-mother. Of course, as in all Asian horror, things are not always what they seem.     I'd heard great things about this film from Asian horror afficionados, and had been looking for a copy to rent for a while. I finally broke down and bought one; I'm glad I did since this is the kind of film …
Quick Tip by . October 17, 2009
I'v seen this one numerous times & even own a copy. If you can stump me on initial viewing, you've impressed the hell outta me for sure.
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